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Henry George Seldes (/ˈsɛldəs/ sel-dəs;[aa] November 16, 1890 — July 2, 1995) was an American investigative journalist and media critic. The writer and critic Gilbert Seldes was his younger brother. Actress Marian Seldes is his niece.

Influenced by Lincoln Steffens, his career began when he was nineteen years old and was hired at the Pittsburgh Leader. In 1914, he was appointed night editor of the Pittsburgh Post.

In 1916, he went to the United Press in London and, starting in 1917, during World War I, he moved to France to work at the Marshall Syndicate. While there, he interviewed Paul von Hindenburg, the supreme commander of the German Army. Hindenburg commented on the defeat of Germany in the war, including U.S. involvement; however this interview was censored by the U. S. military. Seldes would later comment that the publishing of this interview could have avoided the rising of the Nazis to power and, thus, World War II.

After World War I, he spent ten years as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune. In 1922, he interviewed Vladimir Lenin and, in 1923, got expelled from the Soviet Union, along with three colleagues, for disguising news reports as personal letters; a letter his publisher wrote for the Soviets only facilitated his expulsion. The newspaper then sent him to Italy, where he reported on opposition leader Giacomo Matteotti's murder, implicated Benito Mussolini in Matteotti's death, and was again expelled.

In 1927, he reported for the Chicago Tribune in Mexico, where he criticized the use of the country's mineral rights by American companies. He battled with the Tribune's owner and publisher, Col. Robert McCormick, over the paper's altering of his Mexico articles, and soon afterwards quit the Tribune over what he felt was censorship. v In 1929, Seldes became a freelance reporter and author, subsequently writing a series of books and criticisms about his years as a foreign correspondent, and the issues of censorship, suppression and distortion in the press. During the late 1930s he had one more stint as a foreign correspondent, along with his wife Helen, for the New York Post, in Spain during the Spanish Civil War.

In 1940, Seldes co-founded a weekly newsletter, In Fact, subtitled "an Antidote to Falsehoods in the Daily Press." In it, he attacked corporate malfeasance, often using governmental documents from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). He exposed, issue after issue, the health hazards of cigarettes and attacked the mainstream press for suppressing such news, blaming the newspapers' heavy dependence on cigarette advertising. He cited J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI for anti-union campaigns. He brought attention to how the National Association of Manufacturers was able to use its advertising dollars to produce news stories favorable to its members and to suppress news stories unfavorable to them.

Having both staunch admirers and strong critics, Seldes influenced many younger journalists. He received an award for professional excellence from the Association for Education in Journalism in 1980,[3] and a George Polk Award for his life's work in 1981. Seldes also served on the board of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR).

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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor October 21, 1940 Volume 1, Number 12. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "America's Real Enemies"; "Dies Betrays American Democracy"; "7,000 American Guns Sent Hitler"; "Hitler Inspired by Ford"; "'Ford Gave Money to Nazis'"; "The Secret of Ford's Anti-Semitism"; "Ford...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor March 17, 1941 Volume 2, Number 10 If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "British Agency in America Uses Hitler Policy Against Jews, Negroes, and Catholics"; "Prejudice Officially Encouraged"; "1940 Election Most Corrupt in History; Senate Concludes Presidency Buying Probe";...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor May 20, 1940 Volume 1, Number 1. This item has been transcribed into Plain Text (.txt) Format. If you would like to read or download the Plain Text file, click on the HTTP index link on the left under the "View the book" section. Then click or download the file InFactNo1Transcribed.txt. Headlines: "Sworn To Secrecy"; "Mrs. Roosevelt's Brand of Soap"; "No Peace...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor June 3, 1940 Volume 1, Number 2. This item has been transcribed into Plain Text (.txt) Format. If you would like to read or download the Plain Text file, click on the HTTP index link on the left under the "View the book" section. Then click or download the file InFactNo2TRANSCRIBED.txt. Headlines: "The War-Mongering Press"; "Colliers Fakes a Story"; "For...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor August 12, 1940 Volume 1, Number 7. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "Americans Armed Hitler; Financed Fascism"; "Lapowski Saved Hitler"; "Lapowski Into Dillon"; "$30,000,000 For Italian Fascism"; "Morgan Put Over Mussolini"; "Press Fooled...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor July 1, 1940 Volume 1, Number 4. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "Now What in Europe?"; "The Hemisphere Belongs to U. S."; "Betrayal: France, Spain, China, Americas"; "Treason in Spain"; "And in China"; "Pro-British Fifth Column"; "The...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor October 7, 1940 Volume 1, Number 11. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "1940 Political Buncombe Campaign"; "New York Times for Willkie and $$$"; "IN FACT's Source of Evidence"; "Sorry Attempt to Defend Press"; "Ad Money, Liberty League, Willkie, Press"; "The Dollar Press for...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor December 30, 1940 Volume 2, Number 4. Headlines: "Native Fascists Masquerading as Liberals"; "Dr. Buchman Okays Hitler"; "Dubinsky, Tobin, Back Hitlerite"; "Buchmanite Anti-Semitism"; "Oxford vs Oxford Movement"; "Appeasers of Hitler"; "U S Press Endorses Buchmanism"; "Death of a Hitlerite"; "Who Supported Hitler and Mussolini?";...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor September 9, 1940 Volume 1, Number 9. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "The Truth About William Bullitt"; "How Bullitt Defeated France"; "Bullitt Wanted Another War"; "France Ruined by Pact Lapse"; "Cherchez la femme"; "Before Bullitt Turned...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor January 27, 1941 Volume 2, Number 6 Headlines: "U. S. Will Decide Fate of Britain"; "Britain Burns Food While Millions Starve"; "Britons Speak Up; Americans Silent"; "American Press Misrepresents Convention"; "British and Italian Policy Against Negroes"; " Tuberculosis for Natives; $ $ $ for Britons"; "Appeasement for American Democracy"; "Facts About...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor June 17, 1940 Volume 1, Number 3. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "U. S. Marches to War; People Oppose War"; "Whom Shall We Fight? For What"; "Newspapers Lead the War Hysteria"; " Is U. S. Defense Aggressive?"; "U. S. Censors the News"; "Nazi...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor July 29, 1940 Volume 1, Number 6. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "The Puzzle of the Burma Road"; "Havana Pipeline"; "The Mexican Election"; "We Built Nazi Air Power"; "Public Opinion and Big Business"; "Press and Utilities Join";...
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In Fact. For The Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor January 13, 1941. Volume 2, Number 5 Headlines: "The Truth About England! Kennedy's Report to President Roosevelt"; "Report Suppressed by Press and Administration"; "British Trend Toward Fascism"; "Kennedy's Gloomy View of the Future"; "Exhortation First, Then Commands"; "Selling the New Order to the Public"; "Taking Gains Back from Labor"; "Man After...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor November 18, 1940 Volume 2, Number 14. Headlines: "Roosevelt and Labor"; "The Roosevelt Road to War"; "Roosevelt's Revenge on the CIO"; "Both Candidates as 'Democratic' Fascists"; "FDR Uses FBI Against Labor"; "The Roosevelt-Hillman Old Deal"; "Sydney Hillman the Appeaser"; "Labor Double-Crossed As Usual"; "Labor's Gains of Years May Be...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor December 2, 1940 Volume 2, Number 2. Headlines: "Council for Democracy - Or War?"; "Native Fascists Help Organization"; "Luce Supplies Director and $25,000"; "Jones, Strikebreakers, Helps"; "Men and Organizations in Council"; "3 Want to Declare War"; "Big Fascists Would Escape"; "Real Democrats Quit Council"; "A Creel Committee...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor July 15, 1940 Volume 1, Number 5 If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "The Truth About Wendell Willkie"; "Willkie's Anti-Labor, Pro-Fascist Plan"; "Newspapermen's Facts; Newspapers' Fakes"; "What Willkie Promised Lamont"; "Facts About the Nomination";...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor November 4, 1940 Volume 1, Number 13. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks.
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor December 16, 1940 Volume 2, Issue 1, Number 16 Headlines: "Britain Has 8 Billion Dollars Here"; "Pressure for Loans, Credits, Ships, Guns"; "Pressure on Congress"; "Morgan Loans Helped Make War"; "Documentation"; "Faking History for Mr. Morgan"; "Facts about Fortune's Munitions Exposé"; "Fortune's Agent, Lady Astor, Lord Lothian";...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor July 28, 1941 Volume 3, Number 16
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An Antidote for Falsehood in the Daily Press George Seldes; Editor April 16, 1945 Volume 9, Issue 2, Number 236. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. As the Nazi regime in Germany began to crumble, the U.S. War Department distributed a pamphlet that explained to Officers what they were fighting. This pamphlet defined Fascism, the root causes of Fascism and even warned them against native Fascism in the United...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor September 23, 1940 Volume 1, Number 10. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "Police and Press Attack Anti-Conscriptionists"; "The Story of Mobilization"; "Prayer Meeting Attacked"; "Permanent Organization"; "Real Objective; Harming the CIO";...
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High resolution collection of In Fact Volume One. Contains every issue and an index. If you click the HTTP link in the "View the book" section on the left, you can download RawImageFiles.zip. It contains every high resolution scan of this newsletter.
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Bruce Minton, Associate Editor August 26, 1940 Volume 1, Number 8. If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "Bulletin"; "Public Betrayed on Conscription"; "The Secret in Conscription"; "Conscription and Latin America"; "Admit Conscription Is Fascism"; "No Knowledge of Emergency";...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor February 10, 1941 Volume 2, Number 7 If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "Saturday Evening Post Adopts a Murderer"; "Attorney General Jackson vs SEP"; "Dies Committee, FBI, Do Nothing"; "Attorney General Jackson Suppressed"; "Dies Tries to Save Murderer"; "Labor's Reply to SEP Smear";...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor Nov. 17, 1941 Volume 4, Number 6
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor February 24, 1941 Volume 2, Number 8 If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "New World Order: Anglo-Aryan Style"; "Dodd Diary Exposes Bullitt"; "World Dominion Plan That Failed"; "State Dept: Wealth, Power, and Reaction"; "Congress Approves Un-American Committee"; "Dies and the...
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In Fact: For the Millions Who Want a Free Press. George Seldes, Editor Volume 2, Index.
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Edtior; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor March 24, 1941 Volume 2, Number 11 Headlines: "Roosevelt, Martin Dies, Press, Unite in Anti-Labor Campaign; New Yorkers Denounce Press as Enemy"; "New York Press Employs Strikebreaking Formula"; "The Press Blames the Workers"; "PM Backs CIO Union: Exposes Post, Times"; "Dies as Usual Rushes Into Print"; "Newspaper Men Disgusted by Press and...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor Dec. 15, 1941 Volume 4, Number 10
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor April 14, 1941 Volume 3, Number 1 Headlines: "Insurance Lobby Goes Into Action to Prevent US Control, Affecting Security of 64,000,000"; "How State Legislatures Are Corrupted"; "Press Echoes Lobby Propaganda"; "More Evidence of Morgan Control"; "The Policyholder's Platform"; "Why Did Press Suppress or Bury Insurance Story?"; "The Hate...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor April 7, 1941 Volume 2, Number 13 Headlines: "Delegates to American Peoples Meeting in NY Find Press as Usual Opposed to People"; "The APM Meets Obstacles"; "Action by Roosevelt, Knudsen and Knox Called 'Strikebreaking' and 'Fascism' by Labor Leaders"; "Is Gov't Following 1917 Strikebreaking Pattern?"; "'Newspaper Excitement Unwarranted' - Knox";...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor March, 10 1941 Volume 2, Number 9 If you would like to help transcribe this newsletter into Plain Text format, email me at adimwit@hotmail.com. Thanks. Headlines: "Willkie Reassures American Big Business: There Is No Danger of Democracy in England"; "What Happened to Willkie's Sensational Story?"; "Willkie, J P Morgan & Co, and Britain"; "Willkie and British...
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor October 5, 1942 Volume 5, Number 26
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor July 13, 1942 Volume 5, Number 14
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor September 29, 1941 Volume 3, Number 25
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor September 15, 1941 Volume 3, Number 23
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor June 30, 1941 Volume 3, Number 12
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor October 6, 1941 Volume 3, Number 26
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor June 9, 1941 Volume 3, Number 9
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor Dec. 1, 1941 Volume 4, Number 8
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor September 14, 1942 Volume 5, Number 23
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor October 27, 1941 Volume 4, Number 3
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor October 13, 1941 Volume 4, Number 1
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor Nov. 3, 1941 Volume 4, Number 4
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor Dec. 29, 1941 Volume 4, Number 12
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor April 28, 1941 Volume 3, Number 3
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor June 23, 1941 Volume 3, Number 11
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor August 18, 1941 Volume 3, Number 19
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor July 6, 1942 Volume 5, Number 13
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor June 16, 1941 Volume 3, Number 10
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor March 30, 1942 Volume 4, Number 25
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor May 25, 1942 Volume 5, Number 7
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor May 19, 1941 Volume 3, Number 6
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor March 16, 1942 Volume 4, Number 23
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor Jan. 12, 1942 Volume 4, Number 14
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor September 1, 1941 Volume 3, Number 21
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor August 25, 1941 Volume 3, Number 20
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor; Robert Terrall, Associate Editor August 4, 1941 Volume 3, Number 17
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For The Millions Who Want a Free Press George Seldes, Editor Feb. 2, 1942 Volume 4, Number 17
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